Brookshire Elementary School

Home of the Bulldogs

Healthy School Team Leader

Randi ToppsRandi Topps

Randi Topps, AKA “Mrs. Coach Topps,” has been teaching P.E. for more than 24 years.  The past 13 years have been at Brookshire Elementary, including seven years teaching Adaptive P.E.  She is a Healthy School Team Leader, and often provides before and/or after school activities for her students to encourage lifetime fitness habits.  Committed to developing children’s health in body, mind, and spirit, Mrs. Topps also coaches and teaches swimming at the Winter Park YMCA and coaches the Junior Varsity Swim Team at the Winter Park High School, volunteers as a tutor/mentor for Outreach Love, Inc. and is a board member of Sunday Night Life Ministries, Inc. Her favorite activities include swimming, synchronized swimming, biking, yoga, and running.

CHILL Counselor

Jenny StablerJenny Stabler, LMHC

Jenny obtained her Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Rollins College. She is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) and working towards becoming a Registered Play Therapist (RPT).  Jenny has a passion and enthusiasm for working with children and their families. She incorporates techniques from play therapy, sand tray therapy, and art therapy in counseling, in addition to cognitive behavioral and strengths-based approaches.  She has experience in both the elementary school and middle school settings.  Jenny has been working with the CHILL program since 2013.


School Nurse

JulieJulie Bhumibhark, LPN

Julie has been a LPN for 10 years  and was a school nurse for 4 years with another OCPS middle school previously.  This is Julie’s first year back with OCPS and at Brookshire.  Julie is very excited to be working with students again!   In her spare time you can either find her at Disney World or the beach.

407-623-1400, ext. 3102229


susan mulchroneSusan Mulchrone

Brookshire Elementary is committed to providing a learning environment that supports wellness, good nutrition, and an active lifestyle for students, staff, and community.  We recognize the positive relationship between good nutrition, physical activity, and the capacity of students to develop and learn.

Susan Mulchrone